John Hofmeister said Biden's move will create huge uncertainty in the energy industry.
Cory Morgan writes that there are dangerous signs of delay that could lead to Trudeau washing his hands of the entire project.
"Kenney now has a clear decision to make: accept Alberta as a second-rate colony under the ungrateful boot of Ottawa, or fight back with the tools...
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is proving how unreliable Canadians can be in front of their largest trading partner and ally.
In a letter to Trudeau Friday, Kenney claims when Biden cancelled the Keystone XL pipeline expansion project on Wednesday, he broke several free trade regulations.
Fred Keller said the pipeline was amongst a series of projects by former President Donald Trump that kept energy costs low for his constituents.
Calling it a "direct attack on the Canadian economy", Kenney said if federal efforts fail to save the pipeline, Alberta may be forced to "further efforts...
To Western Standard Letters to the Editor: RE: TC Energy ends work on Keystone It’s pretty simple what needs to be done to get Sleepy Joe...
Trudeau admitted much of the pipeline fighting won't be done by him, but by Kirsten Hillman, Canada's envoy in Washington.
A lack of pipelines is costing the federal government $13 billion in lost revenue, said Terrazzano.